Switched on to detail Project Support Officer for the New Bendigo Hosptial Joey Ryan. Picture: JIM ALDERSEY
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Project Support Officer for the New Bendigo Hosptial Joey Ryan. Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

Project Support Officer for the New Bendigo Hosptial Joey Ryan. Picture: JIM ALDERSEY

TweetFacebookThe Bendigo Advertiser is continuing to publish a series of profiles on some of the people helping to build the new Bendigo Hospital.

A SHARP eye for detail and excellent organisational skills have held Joey Ryan in good stead for her job as a project support officer for the new Bendigo hospital.

When completed, in 2016, it will be the largest regional hospital in Victoria, with seven storeys and 372 inpatient beds.

Ms Ryan, 25,points to a large swathe of design blueprints.

On any given day she will have to meticulously sort through dozens of them, making sure each gets to the appropriate department and all expected items have arrived.

She will then liaise with hospital staff to ensure the designs meet their expectations and hopes, taking their requests back to the designers if there are any changes they require.

“It’s quite detailed,” Ms Ryan says.

“I like to be organised.”

Indeed, despite having no previous experience in design, Ms Ryan’s job requires her to have an intimate understanding of each nook and cranny, including its functionality and how it will affectworking conditions.

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